Data Entry Prison
Imprisoned by the keyboard, one poor person was manually keying in data for 70+ people. We developed a system freeing this person from the prison of data entry and giving them back days of their time.
A person was tasked with getting time from one system into another. The solution was to download the data from the point of entry system and then re-key, by hand, into the other system so that payroll could be processed. Six to eight hours of handing keying upwards of 70+ people was taking a toll and the timeframe for getting it done was shrinking.